There are relatively few people traveling in Ireland, so there are only a few Michelin restaurants. This restaurant is not bad. The French cuisine is 150 pounds for four courses, which is a bit expensive.
The only two Michelin star restaurant in Ireland is for cooking. Two
The dishes are 90 euros, three courses are 120, four courses are 150, and 8 courses are 195. The price is fair
Tao, it is also very authentic. A group of 12 people, I ordered crab salad for the appetizer,
The main course blue lobster. The pockets are lobster dumplings and foie gras steak. Keli in the afternoon
Cake, so the dessert is omitted, but the restaurant gave three desserts, chocolate eggs
Cakes, pink micronaire and egg white cakes, and truffle chocolate.
[Patrick Guilbaud Restaurant] Restaurant Patrick Guilbaud is located not far southwest of Merrion Square (Merlin Square). It was opened in 1981 by the well-acclaimed chef Patrick Guilbaud. The dishes here are quite innovative, and various meat dishes (such as lamb, beef, venison), sweet soufflé, chocolate, caramelized pears and cheese are the most popular.
I ate eight dishes, including tuna, duck and foie gras, blue lobster and young pigeons. They all tasted great. The cheese in the store is actually not noticed by many tourists. You choose four different cheeses, each with a distinctive taste! It's worth trying. When you come to Ireland, you must have their dark beer: GUINNESS.
The premier Michelin restaurant, elegant Irish style, good dining atmosphere, and expensive.